LONDON, Sept 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
As part of Digital Design Weekend 2018, Ai Build presented their full business proposition for the factories of the future. Displayed in the Sculpture gallery of the Victoria and Albert Museum, visitors had the opportunity to experience the technological package that Ai Build offers to manufacturers: a complete bundle of software, hardware and infrastructure that enables factories to 3D print large scale products autonomously.
Ai Build's aim is to work with innovative businesses and give them access to the world's most advanced 3D printing technology by providing them the factory of the future as a service. With a monthly or annual subscription, clients can get unlimited access to use Ai Build's autonomous large scale 3D printing technology to manufacture their products at their own facilities.
Ai Build's technology consists of three components: AiSync, AiMaker and AiCell. AiSync is a cutting-edge cloud-based web application that allows the users to simulate, control and monitor their fleet of 3D printers from anywhere. AiMaker is a smart thermoplastic extruder that is designed to be attached on industrial robotic arms to ensure the best manufacturing quality and speed. AiCell is a lightweight, modular enclosure that houses the industrial robotic 3D printers in a highly-controlled environment for maximum precision and repeatability.
Earlier this month Ai Build announced their partnership with Kuka Robotics, one of the world's leading manufacturers of industrial robots. Ai Build's technology combined with state of the art industrial robots bring, for the first time, 3D printing to mass production, minimizing manufacturing costs and freeing up human labour. By doing so, Ai Build is breaking the boundaries of this niche market and reinventing the manufacturing process in a wide range of industries such as Furniture, Construction, Automotive and Aerospace.
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Photos by: Sai Prateik N